Sorority Boys

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Released 2002

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Director:
Wallace Wolodarsky
Released:
2002
Rating:
R
Sorority Boys is a 2002 comedy. Three irresponsible and loudmouthed friends, Dave (Barry Watson), Adam (Michael Rosenbaum) and Doofer (Harland Williams), are devastated when their fraternity brothers vote to boot them out of the house. Not sure where else to go, they turn their attentions to a different kind of Greek organization: a sorority house. The Delta Omicron Gamma sorority house values intelligence and good character over physical appearance, so the boys imagine they can fit in easily with a little makeup and some miniskirts. Dave becomes Daisy, Adam becomes Adina and Doofer becomes Roberta. However, once they are accepted into the sorority, the three friends find it hard to keep up the ruse. Life as unattractive women makes them all begin to reflect on their own earlier disrespectful and crude behavior. As Daisy, Adina and Roberta struggle to fit in and seek revenge against their old fraternity brothers, they also start to review their old way of life and gain a new maturity.moreless

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  • 50

    Variety Dennis Harvey

    A cut above most youth-skewed sex comedies of late, with bouncy execution and an unsophisticated but positive gender-sensitivity message elevating a so-so script.

  • 40

    Los Angeles Times Kevin Thomas

    The result is crass but reasonably harmless, although to hear one of the guys hold forth on how much he's learned about family and loyalty in just one week living with the DOGs is ...

  • 0

    The New York Times Dana Stevens

    A film that even a rabid lowbrow like Homer Simpson (or, when the mood strikes, this critic) would find beneath his dignity.

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    outrageous situations, womanizers, narcisists, witty remarks, campy